“Coach Stinson provided outstanding leadership while overseeing all aspects of the high school program, coaching staff and coordination with our booster organization,” Livingston said in the press release. “We thank him for his effort, hard work and dedication. I’m appreciative of the character and leadership lessons he has provided for our student-athletes and I wish him the best in his future coaching endeavors.”

South Portland is currently looking for Stinson’s replacement.

Scarborough, the defending Class A champion and No. 2 seed in Class A South, earned a quarterfinal round bye and will host Bonny Eagle (5-3) in the semifinals Friday evening. On Oct. 20, the host Red Storm outlasted the Scots, 48-35, to finish the regular season 6-1. Bonny Eagle has won both prior playoff meetings: 27-0 in the 2013 Western A semifinals and 40-20 in the 2016 Class A South Final.